Review the following concepts if needed:

- Linear Equations Help
- Decimals in Linear Equations Help
- Linear Equations Given as Formulas Help
- Conversion of Rational Expressions into Linear Expressions Help

**Algebra Linear Equations Practice Test**

**1** . If , then

(a) *x* = −1

(b) *x* = 1

(c) *x* = −3

(d) There is no solution.

**2** . If 3( *x* – 2)+ 5 = 2 *x* , then

(a) *x* = 1

(b) *x* = 3

(c) *x* = – 1

(d) *x* = – 3

(b) 30

(c) 56

(d) 92

4. If , then

(a) *x* = – 10

(b) *x* = – 15

(c) *x* = – 4

**5** . If , then

(a) *x* = 26

(b) *x* = 32

(c) *x* = 20

(d) There is no solution

**6** . If , then

(a) *x* = 7

(b) *x* = 3

(c) *x* = – 3

(d) There is no solution.

**7** . If 0.16 *x* + 1.1 = 0.2 *x* + 0.95, then

(b) *x* = 21

(c) *x* = 6

**8** . If , then *C* =

(a) 2A – 2P

(c) 2A – P

**9** . If 4( *x* – 5) – 3(6 – 2 *x* )= 2, then

(b) *x* = 4

(c) *x* = – 20

**10** . If ( *x* – 3)( *x* + 2)=( *x* + 4)( *x* + 1), then

**Solutions**

**1** . (c)

**2** . (a)

**3** . (b)

**4** . (b)

**5** . (c)

**6** . (d)

**7** . (d)

**8** . (a)

**9** . (b)

**10** . (c)

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